Cervical Vertigo—An Unsteady Feeling

Most would probably associate a spinning sensation with vertigo. That is one of the most common symptoms experienced by a person with the condition. There is another form of vertigo called cervical vertigo, and there is no spinning sensation associated with it. What is cervical vertigo? How can it be identified? How can you get help for coping with this condition?

What Cervical Vertigo Is

Instead of a dizzy feeling, this condition can cause a person to feel unsteady. This happens because of sporadic and involuntary repositioning of the neck. Seeing as the condition does not present the same sensations, other symptoms can help determine if one has cervical vertigo. Some common ones are listed below.

If it has been determined that an individual has this type of vertigo, what can be done about it?

To learn more about the connection between head and neck injuries and vertigo download our complimentary e-book How to Naturally Relieve Vertigo without Drugs by clicking the image below.

Spinal Health and Cervical Vertigo

While medical professionals are not clear on the cause of cervical vertigo, many theories center on the upper cervical region of the spine. Whiplash, age, wear and tear, and the like can cause the uppermost vertebrae to come out if its proper position. This misalignment can hinder normal nerve function, especially in the way of communication with the brainstem and the rest of the body.

For example, the vestibular nuclei are an important channel of communication and if impeded can lead to dysfunction. The good news is that if there is a misalignment of the upper cervical vertebrae, it can be coaxed back into its correct position. An upper cervical chiropractor can examine the region, take the necessary measurements, and then make gentle adjustments to ease the bones back into position. Realignment releases pressure off the brainstem and aids in reopening pathways of communication. From there, natural healing can occur, and normal function can resume.

Elan Schrier Dr. Elan Schrier is the clinic director of Schrier Family Chiropractic. He focuses in upper cervical chiropractic and continuously is training to improve the quality of his patients' lives. He has a lot of success with difficult vertigo, migraine, and fibromyalgia patients.

You Might Also Enjoy...

Jaw pain and Chiropractic Care In Delray Beach

The causes of jaw pain and how chiropractic adjustments can help you are explored in this Blog. Dr. Elan Schrier of Schrier Family Chiropractic in Delray Beach can help you with jaw pain via chiropractic adjustments.

Chiropractic treatment: an overview

What do you know about chiropractic treatment? This article will give an overview of what chiropractic is and how it can benefit you. If you are dealing with TMJ, migraines, headaches, vertigo, low back pain, or neck pain, you should definitely read this.

Benefits Of Consulting A Chiropractor For TMJ

If you are having TMJ in Delray beach, you should consult with a chiropractor. Many people don't first think of chiropractic treatment for TMJ, but many times is the best solution. No medications, or surgeries make chiropractic an attractive solution.

What is TMJ and how can chiropractors can help for TMJ?

Estimates are that over 10 million suffer from jaw pain or TMJ (Temporomandibular Joint) or TMD (Temporomandibular Discorder). Many people have trouble eating hard foods. If this sounds like you, you may want to seek a TMJ chiropractor in Delray Beach

Looking To The Future

There is a lot of uncertainty in the world right now. This time can also be an opportunity to reflect on what is good in your life, what you are grateful for, and what you want to do to improve for the future after this crisis passes.